How to Organize a Living Room
Home organization can
seem like a daunting task, but now it’s time to de-clutter and learn how to
best utilize every spare inch of space.Furniture spacing and placement is key
to comfort and function! Keep these tips in mind while organising your living
Versatile and available in diverse
styles, shelves can change to suit your needs and can be the answer to a host
of clutter quandaries. Plus point, they also add visual interest to the décor.
PLACE A TRAY
A decorative tray will suit up your
space and provide a spot for gathering your loose items like keys, pens, coins
WORK WITH YOUR
Use your coffee table efficiently to
stack up a pile of magazines or to store books if it has a lower shelf.
THE 3 FOOT RULE
You should have about 3 feet of walking
space around the room. This is what you need to be comfortable, without
knocking into furniture and bumping into walls. Any type of furniture with
doors or drawers also need three feet of space to open properly.
Don’t push all your furniture up against
the walls. It will make the space seem more inviting and cosy.
If you’ve place a rug, then situate all
seating so the legs are either completely on or off it. Don’t let them wobble,
since it will lessen the chances of people tripping when they walk around.
PLAY WITH YOUR
Organize your music collection so it
works for the users – alphabetically or categorically (classical, pop,
alternative, world, jazz, juvenile, musicals and so on).
A wall-mounted gallery of beautifully
framed photographs can make a strong yet personal design statement. Table tops
are ideal for small framed photos, but don't scatter photos throughout the room.
The most basic and functional furniture
arrangement is to place the sofa across from the focal point with all other
pieces angled to face the same direction. This allows everyone a good look at
the television or crackling fire
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